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Text Reminders

We are now advising patients via text messages about their Doctors appointments.  If we have your mobile telephone number we will send you an automatic message the day before to remind you.  If you do not want to take advantage of this service then please let us know so we can update your records.

Online Appointments

If you would like to make an appointment with a GP via this website please contact the practice to register for SystmOnline bookings and then follow this link

Book appointment online

If you need an urgent appointment then please contact the surgery.

 

GP2GP

The practice is using a secure system to transfer some medical records between practices when registering with us or registering elsewhere.  This forms part of our contractual obligations with the NHS.

DRUG ALERT

Care Quality Commission(CQC)

 

The Care Quality Commission(CQC)  inspects GP practices and other primary medical services in England to check that they are meeting the national standards of quality and safety.

As a practice we strive to be the best that we can possibly be. The Care Quality Commission has asked us add a link to our website so that patients are able to feedback their patient experieince.

Please click on the link below.

 

www.cqc.org.uk

If you provide health care or adult social care services that are regulated

activities under the Health and Social Care Act 2008, you must be

registered with us, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Our focus is always on the impact of care on patients, and we must ensure

that all patients receive safe and good quality care, wherever it is provided.

We regulate against the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated

Activities) Regulations 2010 and the Care Quality Commission

(Registration) Regulations 2009. These regulations describe the essential

standards of quality and safety that people who use health and social

care services have a right to expect. They are included within our

Guidance about Compliance: Essential standards of quality and safety

.

This booklet is designed to help you understand how we check your

compliance with the regulations and what to expect from an inspection.

Although CQC is responsible for regulating providers and informing the

public about the quality and safety of services, other parts of the system

also play an important role in making sure people receive good care:

Providers of care and individual professionals

If you provide health care or adult social care services that are regulated

activities under the Health and Social Care Act 2008, you must be

registered with us, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Our focus is always on the impact of care on patients, and we must ensure

that all patients receive safe and good quality care, wherever it is provided.

We regulate against the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated

Activities) Regulations 2010 and the Care Quality Commission

(Registration) Regulations 2009. These regulations describe the essential

standards of quality and safety that people who use health and social

care services have a right to expect. They are included within our

Guidance about Compliance: Essential standards of quality and safety

.

This booklet is designed to help you understand how we check your

compliance with the regulations and what to expect from an inspection.

Although CQC is responsible for regulating providers and informing the

public about the quality and safety of services, other parts of the system

also play an important role in making sure people receive good care:

Providers of care and individual professionals must ensure they

deliver care that meets the essential standards.

Local authorities, the NHS Commissioning Board and clinical

commissioning groups should make sure that the services they

commission provide good quality care.

Professional regulators have a responsibility to ensure that care

professionals provide care in line with their codes of conduct.

The public can report poor care to staff and those providing services,

to commissioners, to CQC and to professional regulatory bodies.

must ensure they

deliver care that meets the essential standards.

Local authorities, the NHS Commissioning Board and clinical

commissioning groups should make sure that the services they

commission provide good quality care.

Professional regulators have a responsibility to ensure that care

professionals provide care in line with their codes of conduct.

The public can report poor care to staff and those providing services,

to commissioners, to CQC and to professional regulatory bodies.



 
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